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I am always inspired by people who are naturally great givers. I love giving gifts, but I’m only a good gift giver if I know the person well, or at least know what the person enjoys doing. For example, I can put together a great gift basket for a yoga teacher without a problem. In fact, I’ll crush it. But tell me I need to buy for a toddler, and I’ll be in the store, googling to see what’s age-appropriate. I am just clueless when it comes to gifting for kids! Luckily, today’s post is all about Gift Baskets for Yoga Teachers. I thought with Easter coming up towards the end of the month, it might be a helpful post.
In this basket:
Now, do you need to give a gift for Easter? Absolutely not. But giving a gift (even a random one for no reason) is such a sweet gesture of thanks, and it doesn’t have to be expensive. I’ve included some of my favorite ideas below, including handmade items that are free or inexpensive.
Homemade or Inexpensive Ideas:
handmade cards - I love receiving blank cards. Everyone needs little cards, so a stack of handmade cards is always a hit
handmade tapestry - These are so beautiful and would look great in any studio space.
DIY serving tray - Lauren made this recently, and I thought it would be perfect for any whimsical yoga teacher.
services card - If you’re a handy person, or work in an industry where you could offer your services (massage therapy, graphic design, etc) - these are all things a yoga teacher would love to take advantage of!
$10 gift card - Spotify (a lot of teachers, including myself), use Spotify for the music they play in their classes, iTunes (again for the music), local cafe/restaurant.
Candles - These beeswax candles are great because they purify the air and have just a hint of honey smell. Plus, they’re all natural!
Succulents - At just under $15, you can’t beat this price for 6 potted succulents! They are fool proof for people who don’t have green thumbs (like myself), and would complement any yoga space!
Chakra Book - This is a book I’ve recently added to my library, and it makes for an excellent resource for inspiration when planning chakra balancing classes. Plus, it’s under $10!
Namaslay® cropped tank - Right in time for summer! Our $30 cropped tank is perfect for yoga, the gym or running errands.
Hope it’s helpful! Please comment below and let us know what you love to gift in your baskets!